Land Rover Defender 75th Limited Edition unveiled
Land Rover, a British SUV producer, has unveiled the Defender 75th Limited Edition. With the release of the Defender 75th Limited Edition, Land Rover, a British automaker, has started its 75th birthday festivities a little early.
The Defender was originally introduced as Series I in 1948, but its present name has been used since 1983. The boxy brute has had four-wheel drive for much of that time - with a brief hiatus from 2016 to 2020 - and has contributed to setting the bar for off-roaders all around the world. The fifth-generation L663, the most recent model, has only improved the ride's reputation.
Land Rover has given the new SUV a very distinctive paint job to make the Defender 75th Limited Edition stand out from the HSE specification vehicles. The Land Rover Defender 75th Limited Edition is painted both inside and out in this distinctive shade of green known as Grasmere Green.
The 20-inch alloy wheels that are fitted with off-road tyres are also painted in Grasmere Green. The Ceres Silver paint on the front and rear bumpers matches the Ceres Silver graphics on the tailgate of the limited edition Defender.
There are two different powerplant choices for the brand-new Land Rover Defender 75th Limited Edition. The D300 diesel engine is available with both body types and has a 300PS output. The P400e provides owners 400PS and 640 nm of peak torque and is only available with the big 110 variant. All variants come standard with an 8-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.
A retractable fabric top is included as standard equipment on the Land Rover Defender 75th Limited Edition, while a sliding panoramic glass and roof rails are both available as options. Air suspension, LED headlights, a 11.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a Meridian sound system, Land Rover's off-roading Terrain Response system, heated seats and a steering wheel, three-zone climate control, and a wireless smartphone charger are also included as standard equipment on the new Limited Edition Defender.
Yes, the Limited Edition Defender is coming to India but we only expect it towards the end of 2022 or early 2023.
Starts Rs 73.98 Lakhs
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